Seasoning Bottle

About: DIYer and enthusiast of everything. I have been tinkering with a variety of things since my childhood, from simple electronics to workshop and audiovisual.

Recycling, that what I always say, today I will teach how to do a seasoning bottle, works for almost every seasoning and it's easy to make!

Step 1: What You Will Need

You will need:
1 PET Bottle
1 Squirt Cap with it's cover.
A drill
And some sandpaper


Circle magnet and glue

Step 2: First!

First, take the squirt cap cover and mark with a pen where you want the holes, here I made 5, 4 on the sides with 90° align and one on the center.
After that, drill on the specific places, if you don't have a drill, then a hot screwdriver might do the trick, sandpaper it to remove any tear out and lets go to the next step.

Step 3: Second

Put your seasoning inside, I put oregano because it was on a bag left on the kitchen. Then put your drilled cover and press it there, just like on the photos, don't forget to sand it first, you don't want plastic residues on your seasoning do you? cap it and it's done! But...

Step 4: Final Touches

If you want more, glue a magnet on the cap and you can put your seasoning at hand, like I have done with another seasoning bottle.
Please comment and suggest something. Thanks and until next time.



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    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    yep i know there is few grammar erros, it's been a while that i don't practice my english


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Oh, I didn't realize that English wasn't your native language. In that case, you did a GREAT job!! :)


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Great idea, I usually make my own seasoning mixes, My thinking is, if you usually use garlic and onion powder, why open 2 containers when you can mix them together ? I do the same thing with steak sauce and worchestershire sauce. Thank you for the cool recycling "ible"